Denim Pea Coat

Schott Perfecto
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Denim Pea Coat

$450
$199 Gilt
Size (Men Alpha):
Men's Outerwear
Men Alpha US (chest) EU JP KR CN (cm)
XXS 32 - 34 42 - 44 32 - 34 80 - 85 80 - 86
XS 34 - 36 44 - 46 34 - 36 85 - 90 86 - 92
S 36 - 38 46 - 48 36 - 38 90 - 95 92 - 96
M 38 - 40 48 - 50 40 - 42 95 - 100 96 - 102
L 40 - 42 50 - 52 44 - 46 100 - 105 102 - 106
XL 42 - 44 52 - 54 48 - 50 105 - 110 106 - 110
XXL 44 - 46 54 - 56 52 - 54 110 - 115 110 - 118
XXXL 48 - 50 58 - 60 54 115 - 120 118 - 122
  • m
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    US (chest) 38 - 40
    EU 48 - 50
    JP 40 - 42
  • l
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    US (chest) 40 - 42
    EU 50 - 52
    JP 44 - 46
  • xl
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    US (chest) 42 - 44
    EU 52 - 54
    JP 48 - 50
  • 2xl
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    US (chest) 44 - 46
    EU 54 - 56
    JP 52 - 54
Color:
indigo
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Return Policy: Returnable within 21 days for Gilt Credit.
Description
Designer

Long sleeve raw denim pea coat

  • Wide notch lapel with button hole
  • Banded cuffs
  • Banded hem
  • Double breasted button closure
  • Jetted pockets lined in corduroy
  • Fully lined
  • Length: 31" (taken from a size M)

Material: 100% Cotton

Brand: Schott Perfecto

Origin: United States

In the 1950s, rebellious teenagers across America coveted a Schott Perfecto #613 leather motorcycle jacket like the one worn by Marlon Brando in The Wild One. Twenty years later, a new generation of rebellious teenagers sought out Schott NYC's Perfecto #118: a cowhide motorcycle jacket favored by the punk rock scene. These days, a Schott Perfecto jacket can take many different forms: a denim coat with toggle closures, an indigo work vest or zip-up jacket, or a canvas pea coat in light beige. Schott NYC’s story goes hand in hand with the story of American outerwear in general. Which isn’t really a surprise, seeing as the brand has been shaping — and revolutionizing — the market since brothers Jack and Irving Schott started making raincoats out of a Lower East Side basement in 1913. With the third and fourth generations of the Schott family overseeing things, and the lion’s share of the brand’s gear still being made in the United States, Schott is proof that an American institution can stick to its guns and keep on kicking.